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real eggs vs liquid egg substitute
looking @ great recipes for "eggs in a mug" done in the microwave...great protein rich meal anytime...

hungrygirl site has a lot of them...but they call for liquid egg substitute and i'd rather use real eggs that i'd scramble first...maybe even i yolk and two whites....so

can i use real eggs in recipes calling for liquid egg substitute?

thanks in advance...sugata

Absolutely. 1 cup of egg substitute is the same as 5-6 eggs, depending on the size of the eggs.
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